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Cincinnati Bengals Sleepwalk into the Playoffs

Published on: 4th January, 2010

In a regular season that they began by earning the moniker of the "Cardiac Cats," the Cincinnati Bengals ended the year without a pulse. The Bengals sleepwalked through a 37-0 thrashing at the hands of the New York Jets in the final game of the regular season, setting up a rematch ...

Cincinnati Bengals Showing That Only the Strong Survive

Published on: 29th November, 2009

One week after a letdown of bumbling proportions in a loss to the Oakland Raiders, the Cincinnati Bengals dominated the Cleveland Browns 16-7 on Nov. 29 in a Darwinian expression of strength. The stronger Bengals overpowered Cleveland in almost every aspect of the game, resulting in a nine-point win that was ...

Cincinnati Bengals Bandwagon Just Got a Lot Lighter

Published on: 22nd November, 2009

Thud! That was the sound heard ‘round Cincinnati Sunday evening, as the 2009 Bengals bandwagon dropped off a few thousand patrons following a 20-17 turnover-filled loss to the Oakland Raiders in week 11. In a week that saw the queen of conservative politics blaze through Cincinnati on her cross-country book tour, the ...

Cincinnati Bengals Overcome Odds, Convert Believers

Published on: 15th November, 2009

Nobody believed. The Cincinnati Bengals had not swept the Pittsburgh Steelers in 10 years. The Steelers had won four in a row, and were sporting “the toughest defense in football.” The Bengal pass rush that only got to Ben Roethlisberger once in a week three matchup was now without defensive end Antwan ...

Bengals vs. Steelers Matchup Is Bigger and Better, Yet With a Twist

Published on: 11th November, 2009

Opening up a sports page, or flipping on a sports television show this week it is easy to get the impression that there is only one NFL game going on this Sunday, and it is taking place in Indianapolis. However, in actuality, the biggest game on the Week 10 slate will ...

Cincinnati Bengals Move to Top Of AFC North Heap

Published on: 8th November, 2009

The changing of the guard is complete atop the AFC North Division. With a 17-7 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in week nine, the Cincinnati Bengals supplanted the Ravens as the top challenger to the defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers in the notoriously competitive division. With their second win of the ...

Why the Cincinnati Bengals Should Use the No-Huddle

Published on: 21st October, 2009

In marching to the title of "Comeback Carson and the Cardiac Cats" the Cincinnati Bengals’ offense has discovered a valuable, effective tool in their offensive system: the two-minute drill.   While Marvin Lewis and the Bengal brain trust are reticent to install the no-huddle offense for the duration of a game because ...

Cincinnati Bengals Show Deficiencies in the Trenches

Published on: 18th October, 2009

Through six weeks of the season, the Bengals have found themselves in the unexpected catbird seat in the AFC North Division in large part because they have fixed one of the most gaping holes on the team from recent years: the defensive line. However, that patchwork came loose in a 28-17 ...

Cincinnati Bengals Maturing Into a Winner

Published on: 11th October, 2009

For years the Cincinnati Bengals have been the forgotten stepchild of the AFC North. Well, don’t look now, but that young child has grown into a man. Following a come-from-behind 17-14 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in Week 5, Cincinnati sits atop the division, thanks in large part to the various maturations ...

Conservative Bengals Need To Open Up Playbook

Published on: 4th October, 2009

In the city of Cincinnati—a Republican hotbed where the radio broadcasts of sports events are often preceded by the voice of the second most popular conservative talk show host in the country—a sense of conservativism seems to have rubbed off on the city’s professional football team. The Cincinnati Bengals’ lack of ...

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